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waabi-bizhiki na a grey or light-colored cow or ox

waabi-makade ni smokeless gunpowder

waabi-makwa na a white bear

waabi-manoomin ni white rice

waabide vii it turns light (in color)

Paired with: waabizo vai

waabigan na clay

(verb of making) waabiganike vai s/he makes plaster or cement waabiganikaade vii
  1. it is made of clay, made of plaster, made of concrete
  2. it is in a cast
waabiganakamigaa vii there is clayey ground

waabiganidaabaan na a cement truck

waabiganikaa vii there is (a lot of) clay; it has clay

waabiganikaade vii
  1. it is made of clay, made of plaster, made of concrete
  2. it is in a cast

Paired with: waabiganikaazo vai

waabiganikaazo vai s/he is made of clay, plaster, or concrete

Paired with: waabiganikaade vii

waabiganike vai s/he makes plaster or cement

waabigwan ni a flower

(verb of abundance) waabigwaniikaa vii there are (many) flowers
waabigwani-giizis na May

waabigwanii-adaawewigamig ni a flower shop

waabigwanii-gitigaan ni a flower garden

waabigwanii-mazinigwaade vii it is embroidered in a floral pattern

waabigwaniikaa vii there are (many) flowers

waabigwaniiwadisan vti dye it pink

Paired with: waabigwaniiwadiswi vta [NI]

waabigwaniiwadiswi vta [NI] dye h/ pink

Paired with: waabigwaniiwadisan vti

waabijii- pv lex grey, (off)white

waabijiigwan na a grey feather

waabijiiyaa vii it is grey

Paired with: waabijiizi vai

waabijiiyaakigane vai s/he has a grey chest, is grey-breasted

waabijiiyaaso vai it (animate) fades in light

Paired with: waabijiiyaate vii